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Product Description

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The Must Have Bottle Opener


This multi-use Boomerang Corkscrew offers wine enthusiasts a simple yet effective method for opening any corked (wine) or pry-off bottle top (beer). Featuring an extendable and retractable foil cutter and bottle opener on opposite ends, this corkscrew is the only tool you need for all your bottle opening needs.







Features a longer corkscrew spiral for easier extraction. Its compact size allows you to conveniently carry it in your pocket or work apron. It is an essential tool to have at home, parties, restaurants, or bars. Also highly recommended as a gift for any beer or wine enthusiast





Instructions for Wine Bottle Opening


Step 1:

Extend the foil cutter over top of wine bottle, then give it a squeeze and a twist. Expect a clean, perfect cut every single time.

Step 2:

Insert the spiral fully into the cork. The boot lever will lock up straight during insertion. Pull to extract about 7/8" of the cork. Press the boot lever in and pull again to yank the rest of the cork straight out.

A great improvement on the traditional cork screw with knife. Open wine bottles in 15 seconds or less.

Houseables Boomerang Wine Opener, Corkscrew, 5 1/4”, Black,

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